many many moons ago, as in the 70's and early 80's, you had to have a license to operate a CB, much like the dinosaurs, that too is extinct. IIRC you stopped being able to apply for them in the late 90's.I have never heard of a license for CB, but that may be true…I know I don’t have one and I use CB from time to time,
The Morse code is true though. The licenses have been consolidated and revamped recently (actually a while back now..man I’m getting old).
For example, when I got my license, there were novice, Technician, General, advanced and amateur extra classifications (I think there was a tech plus class too, if I remember right). I got a tech license, which DID require Morse code. That was by far the hardest part of the test. Now days, there is only Technician, General and Amateur Extra and the tech class no longer requires code.
Sorry which part are meant for when the springs begin to sag?The enhancer gives another bit of additional height. Try are meant to be used after the springs begin to sag. I Wouk recommend not using them prior to breaking in your coils. I have them on my 02 Tacoma and they are just too much. Both too stiff and too tall for the CV's.
http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/36561-Barlowrs-Expedition-Tacoma-Build?p=1232894#post1232894Do you have any pictures of where your Cobra 75 is mounted inside? I saw that you can unhook it whenever you want, but when you have it all hooked up where does the handset sit?